Students from the Baltimore School for the Arts learn life lessons while rock climbing with Outward Bound.
Jug Bay is a pristine oasis with a unique habitat: a fresh water tidal marsh containing countless numbers of birds, animals, insects and plants.
Elk Neck State Park is a beautiful getaway for family traditions.
Charter boat captains talk about spending every day with a rod and a reel.
Hunting as a means of controlling the deer population in Maryland.
Working to repopulate the bay's oyster population.
Elementary students become horseshoe crab scientists; raising living fossils in their classroom.
Growing pains in the Western Maryland paradise of Deep Creek Lake.
Hunting for two Maryland rarities: The Frosted Elfin butterfly and Wild Lupine.
Every Autumn a winged migration from Canada turns Maryland's Eastern shore into a Sportsman's Paradise.
Kayakers pitch their tents on windswept beaches and seek inspiration on the Chesapeake Bay.
The ancient tradition of fox chasing is alive and well in the rolling green hills and farm fields of Carroll County.